This site is the digital home of Eric Appel, a web developer and photographer in Portland, Oregon.
Included in this site are tech related blog posts, my photography, and recent items from my digital life.
I currently work for Intel as the Lead Application Developer on
Intel's Corporate Product Catalog.
My primary fluencies are in the Micrsoft stack (ASP.Net, C#, Silverlight, MS SQL Server, etc.), but I keep it fresh with
I've developed a number of
sites that are live at the moment including ark.intel.com,
Thank you to those who are willing to share their work with the community.
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To figure out how to view the generated source I turned to Google and found Rumen Stankov's post on telerik blogs.
If you are trying to view the generated source in Firefox, the simplest way is to first download and install the Web Developer extension. Then go to the View Source menu item and select "View Generated Source".
To view the generated source in IE you can type the following in the address bar
Or you can use this bookmarklet (Drag to links bar or add to Favorites): View Generated Source
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